Environmental Chemistry of Silver
Significant strides have been made during the past decade in understanding not only the behavior of silver but metal speciation in general. In light of these advances, many past conclusions about metal behavior and toxicity, as well as laboratory toxicological practices, now need to be reexamined by the regulatory and research communities.This book presents syntheses from the Argentum Conference on the progress of silver research in terms of its environmental chemistry, effects on biota, biological processes, risk analyses, and current regulatory practices, addressing the additional challenges that remain before we can fully understand the environmental chemistry, toxicology, and behavior of silver.
Publisher - Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC)
Subjects - Chemical, Silverhttps://www.setac.org/store/view_product.asp?id=1037388
Citation: Kramer JR, Benoit G, Bowles KC, DiToro DM, Herrin RT, Luther III GW, Manolopoulos H, Robillard KA, Shafer MM, Shaw JR. 2000 In: Andren AW, Bober TW, editors. Silver in the Environment: Transport, Fate, and Effects. Pensacola (FL): Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC). ISBN: 978-1880611449 Environmental Chemistry of Silver. p 1-25. https://www.setac.org/store/view_product.asp?id=1037388